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This image focuses on the fashion and clothing the “royalty” of ancient Egypt that can form the top of the social pyramid with elaborate fabrics and accessories. It relates to “Cleopatra” and the clothing she wore in her position. This image sums up my project as it displays the highest point of fashion of the time period.

The Ancient Sudan: (Society for the Promotion of the Egyptian Museum Berlin) Jewelry from the tomb of Queen Amanishakheto in Meroe

Cleopatra on the Terraces of Philae, by Frederick Arthur Bridgman.

A 3D image of Nefertiti done by Sven Geruschkat. Incredible!

Escultura tallada que nos ilustra la típica reina de Egipto. Nos muestra el tipo de vestidos que se utilizaban y los accesorios en detalles. Nos da una vista frontar y por la parte trasera para que tengamos una idea concreta de como lucían las reinas de Egipto en esos tiempos.

Carved limestone canopic jar with stopper. Incised onto the front, three rows of hieroglyphs. On the stopper, #Thoth (baboon), the God of wisdom. Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the organs of their owner for the afterlife.18th Dynasty. 1570-1085 BC (13" x 7"). #canopicjar, #ancientegyptian, #artifact, #baboon

American Indian Clothing by allanhowell1, via Flickr

Women in Ancient Egyptian Art 003 by Hans Ollermann, via Flickr

These reproduction Saxon noble costumes were made for re-enactlment for the King and Queen of Kent. Kent was a soveign state until absorbed within Wessex. Kent was the first kingdom to be convreeted to Christianity in southern England by St Augustine. These costumes are now in the Abbey museum

1914 - Advertisement in Vogue Magazine. Edwin Goodman is the first couturier to introduce ready-to-wear, changing the way American women dress. #TurnofStyle